Tasu

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Tasu
Tasu is located in British Columbia
Tasu
Tasu
Location of Tasu in British Columbia
Coordinates: 52°45′49″N 132°02′00″W / 52.76361°N 132.03333°W / 52.76361; -132.03333Coordinates: 52°45′49″N 132°02′00″W / 52.76361°N 132.03333°W / 52.76361; -132.03333
Country  Canada
Province  British Columbia

Tasu or Tassoo, also Old Tasu or Old Tasu Townsite, was an iron and copper (w/ precious metal sweeteners) -open pit and underground mining operation and townsite located on the south shore of Tasu Sound in west-central Moresby Island in the Queen Charlotte Islands of the North Coast of British Columbia, Canada.

The Phyllis Cormack, a seiner, pulled into Tasu on its 1969 Greenpeace run to the Amchitka nuclear test.

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